Biocognitive science is based on research that demonstrates how thoughts and their biological expression co-emerge within a cultural history. Individuals are seen as an inseparable bioinformational field of mind, body, and cultural history in constant search for contextual meaning.
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MindBody Biocognition helps you effectively change things in your life that seem otherwise stuck or unchangeable. Based on Dr. Mario Martinez’s research as a clinical psychologist, it begins with the deep unity of body and mind, and how to work with it.
We cannot know the state of your health by looking at your weight, and the idea that we could is a misconception that does a lot of harm. Health at Every Size is a research-based set of principles that helps shift the conversation away from weight as a stand-in indicator for health and instead focuses on health enhancement and well-being regardless of body size.
Restorative practice is a proven way to offer the body and mind opportunities for deep rest. This rest then turns the complex systems of the body away from stress, creating space for deep healing and rebalancing.
Dr. Gurjeet Birdee explains how Integrative Health Care treats Chronic Pain: Chronic Pain is a complex condition where the body has some kind of injury that is taking a long time to heal. But it is not just the tissue that needs to heal, because the brain begins to...
Spending most of your day sitting down changes your body. It can cause imbalances in the musculoskeletal system, which can cause tightness and pain. It can also affect systems of the body like your circulatory system and your metabolism. These changes can be treated...
Bodies can be complicated, and it can be hard to find the right path to treat subtle, chronic, or frustrating health issues. Coming to see an integrative doctor can help connect the dots and coordinate your care moving forward, both with your other physicians and...
Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) can be used for integrative treatments, when recommended by your doctor.